Afternoon Delight: Mila Kunis is the new face of Dior, Dolly Parton is writing a musical about her life


Good afternoon! Happy birthday to Diane Keaton (Annie Hall), January Jones (Mad Men) and Dancing with the Stars host Carrie Ann Inaba.

Black Swan’s Mila Kunis is the new face of Dior. Kunis’ Dior coworkers, Marion Cotillard and Charlize Theron, congratulated her by having a titillating pillow fight. (OK, that obviously didn’t happen but is there a way we can make it happen? I’m dedicated to this movement.) Kunis’ Dior spring/summer 2012 ad campaign will debut later this month.

Easy A star Emma Stone is set to star in Little White Corvette, about “a nerd and his cool older sister who go to Miami to sell a million dollars’ worth of cocaine after they find it in their dead dad’s car.”

Arsonists in Los Angeles tried to destroy out Emmy award-winning comedian Jill Kushner‘s apartment complex while she slept. Kushner documented the traumatic incident for

In an interview with The New York Times out director Dee Rees discussed teaming up with the right people to get her award winning film Pariah made and how the film’s message will appeal to more than just the LGBT community.

If you’re in need of a pick me up take a gander at Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen’s performance of Salt-n-Pepa‘s “Push It” with Mirah and Thao during their Portlandia Live tour in San Francisco.


The one and only Dolly Parton is writing a Broadway musical about her life. Parton says she will not star in the production but I’m crossing my fingers that she changes her mind.

The head of Pixar, John Lasseter, revealed that the award winning studio is developing a movie “that takes place entirely inside a girl’s head, with different characters portraying her emotions.” (When I was a girl my thoughts and emotions went something like this: I’m hungry. Why do all my friends love the New Kids on the Block? I’m seriously hungry. I hate having to share my room with my sister. I smell meat loaf. I hate meatloaf. I mean, I’ll eat it but I hate it.) I’m sure Pixar will make a much more interesting movie than what’s in my head.

Albert Nobbs star Glenn Close looks back at 10 roles during her illustrious career and explains that her portrayal of the gender bending Nobbs was ”the biggest challenge of my entire career. Oh, yeah. Definitely.” p.s. If any of you haven’t seen Dangerous Liaisons do yourself a favor and see it immediately.

Bravo’s takeover queen Tabatha Coffey shared her stress managing and hair healthy tips on The Dr. Oz Show. Check out Coffey behind the scenes. (I can’t imagine Coffey calming herself down by counting to three.)

Lesbian/Bi Photo of the Day!

Anyone But Me’s Nicole Pacent has joined forces with Shannan Leigh Reeve (Cowgirl Up) for the upcoming dramatic web series I Hate Tommy Finch. Below is a still from the show’s teaser trailer (click the link to watch the video), and the first episode will be posted on January 20 at

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